To get something positive from destructive behavior, you can present yourself as a cautionary tale, as when Gary Busey warns against drug abuse, or Gary Busey warns against terrorizing herds of sheep with your giant horse teeth. The other option: glorify your appetites, a la BurgerBeast.com.
So-named by his equally admiring and appalled wife, the Beast roams the Miami area and beyond, unapologetically ravishing red meat from Burger King to Ortanique, then posting his thoughts and digital pics for all to admire and be appalled by. Reviews offer choice wisdom like, "Turns out I ordered from their low-carb menu. After I got over my stupidity, I thought, they have some nerve..." (Hooters); "They asked if I wanted double meat, without hesitation I said yes, I love meat" (Char-Hut); and, regarding Kingdom's 1.5lb "Doomsday": "It really does look so beautiful I don't want to eat it but I'll make the sacrifice". To honor the "camaraderie of the burger quest", he has a revolving cast of characters join him in giving Top 5 picks: ringleader Beast champions Keg South's 3/4-pounder (w/ cheddar and mayo); conspicuously svelte Juan loves La Moon's Crazy Moon Burger; and Mike, who is huge, reps the Double Bacon Cheese from Petro Truck Stop's Iron Skillet -- but on a more populist note, reaffirms that McD's Double Quarter Pounder w/ cheese is the crack of fast food (yet sadly, naked women do not prepare them in the back).
Beyond reviews there's also industry news, with notes on trends from as far away as Japan, and fast food marketing ploys from as far back as 1987 -- when Burger King unveiled slider-sized Burger Bundles, recently rechristened Burger Shots in an effort to gain positive traction from your nightly habit of gulping down your destruction.